Mac Developer: AMD reveals Radeon Pro 400 series GPU specs, as used in new MacBook Pro | Ars Technica
AMD reveals Radeon Pro 400 series GPU specs, as used in new MacBook Pro | Ars TechnicaAMD has released a smattering of specs for the Radeon Pro 400 series on its Creators with Radeon Pro website, which show the Radeon Pro 450 used in the MacBook Pro to have a peak FP32 performance of around one teraflop. That's under half the 2.2 teraflops of the desktop-based RX 460 and miles behind the performance of Nvidia's Pascal-based laptop GPUs.
I liked the two GPU design that switched between the low-power Intel integrated graphics and the NVidia GPU as necessary.
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